Kidderminster Students Production of Joseph A Success

Students at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre performed to packed audiences for all three performances of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat from Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th November. With a cast of over 40 boys and girls, this year’s senior school production was once again a phenomenal success. Produced and directed by the school’s Deputy Head and Head of Music, Mrs Vikki Vincent, the cast had been learning their lines and well known lyrics for many months, practicing together following initial auditions since early spring. Mrs Vincent stated: “Every performer involved in this production has worked continually since casting took place. Previous productions have been wonderful, and this year’s production didn’t disappoint!” Recreating this much loved theatre classic and West End masterpiece, the School’s latest theatrical offering dazzled and beguiled as song after song kept the audience shifting between being spellbound and breaking in to rapturous applause. Mrs Vincent commented: “Congratulations to a magnificent cast and crew for delivering such strong performances and a stage set worthy of any West End star. This was a very demanding show to produce but our students rose to the challenge magnificently with some very strong performances. “A fantastic effort by all and a huge vote of thanks must go to all our actors and stage crew behind the scenes and now we move on to decide on our next masterpiece!” Headteacher Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright commented: “Thank you to everyone who has worked so tirelessly and given so freely of their time in putting together yet another amazing performance. Great enjoyment and entertainment has been had by all - an explosion of colour and song that won't be forgotten easily.”